WALTHAM, MA., Oct. 24, 2016 – Aqueduct Technologies Inc. is proud to announce that Manak Ahluwalia, President, and CEO, has been recognized as one of Boston Business Journal’s 40 Under 40. This prestigious award distinguishes Manak as a leader among Boston’s best and brightest young professionals.
Since co-founding Aqueduct Technologies in 2011, Manak’s vision and leadership have directly contributed to the accelerated growth the company has experienced. From his philanthropic efforts supporting STEM, to fundraising for the medical community, and a concerted effort to promote diversity in the workplace, Manak’s influence in the community is prevalent.
The 19th Annual Boston Business Journal 40 Under 40 Award Program honors leaders who are making significant impacts on the community while contributing to the civic health of the Boston area. As stated by BBJ Market President & Publisher Carolyn Jones, “The 40 young professionals chosen this year really do represent the best and brightest the state has to offer and it certainly bodes well for the future of the commonwealth.”
The recognition of Manak on the BBJ 40 Under 40 list is one more accolade in an exceptional year for Aqueduct, which has also been awarded Boston Business Journal’s Best Places to Work, Boston Globe Best Places to Work, Boston Business Journal’s Fastest-Growing Companies in Massachusetts, INC 500, CRN Elite 150, and CRN MSP 500.
Meet the full list of Boston Business Journal’s 2016 40 Under 40 honorees here.
About Aqueduct Technologies, Inc.
Aqueduct Technologies (aqueducttech.com) is the top Boston based solutions provider for the delivery of two guaranteed customer outcomes: the performance, availability, and security of critical applications and infrastructure, and the implementation of state of the art collaboration tools to provide an optimal end-user experience and companywide adoption. Our solutions portfolio drives business outcomes and encompasses the best available products and services across all cloud consumption models. To learn more about Aqueduct, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (617) 221-3570.